Catholic Charities News
We invite you to read the below statement from Cardinal Seán O’Malley:
Nations live and flourish because of their ideas and ideals, not simply because of their material wealth or power. Our ideas and ideals express our identity and set the standards for our behavior as citizens. For the United States a core statement of our identity is expressed in the phrase “E Pluribus Unum”, from many peoples we shape one nation. This treasured civic truth reflects and is rooted in the biblical heritage of belief in the dignity of all people, and a shared humanity.
After thoughtful review we have made the difficult decision to close the Haitian Elder Program operating at the Catholic Charities Yawkey Center/Haitian Multi-Service Center in Dorchester.
Brockton - Catholic Charities South volunteer Rita Youngclaus was among 100 other women honored last week by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women as the 2017 “Unsung Heroines of Massachusetts.” Rita's volunteer work at Catholic Charities is an incredible asset to the English Transcultural Center and the Elder Services program. Read more: http://bit.ly/2s963t4
Boston - In her latest The Boston Pilot column, our president, Debbie Rambo, discusses the importance of serving our families in need during the summer months through food pantries and Sunset Point Camp. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2rEU80T